Hi there! If you ended up here, you probably just clicked on disclaimer at the beginning of one of my posts, the one that said I’m using affiliate links.
Affiliate links (marked with [aff.]) are unique links that lead to pages where you can buy things I recommend in my blog. If you decide to buy through that page, I’ll earn a small commission for each of the purchases. These commissions are fully on the merchant, and at NO ADDITIONAL COST TO YOU.
Everything I recommend in my posts – be that a course, an app, or particular book – I either tried myself, or studied enough to be sure it can help you. In any case, I always explain my choice and reason to mention that particular product in that particular post.
Down below is a list of resources I used so far:
I can’t really explain the exact thing I want to recommend without encouraging you to see it for yourself. Amazon is a great place for, both, checking the product – and buying, if you got interested.
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